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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architecture, A.A.S.

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Technology has redefined building design and planning. At Penn College, you’ll learn how to harness industry-leading software to create the buildings of tomorrow. Coursework covers everything from mechanical and structural systems to estimating, building design, and more. With expert faculty by your side and lots of hands-on hours in the lab, you’ll be ready to take on tomorrow in as few as four semesters!

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Engineering CAD Technology, A.A.S.

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When you have a degree in Engineering CAD Technology, there are lots of ways to put your diverse skillset to use. Get hands-on experience with the industry’s most advanced 2D and 3D CAD applications. Explore product design in a collaborative setting. Flex your problem-solving skills. And broaden your drafting skills with coursework in civil, structural, electrical, electronic, piping, architectural, and tool and die drafting.

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Carpenter

Building Construction Technology, A.A.S.

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Plan, design, and execute homes and smaller-scale commercial buildings. From estimating and layout to material selection and safety considerations, coursework taps into all phases of the construction process from start to finish.

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Concrete Science Technology, A.A.S.

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From buildings to bridges, concrete is everywhere. Concrete science experts are in demand. In this program, you’ll analyze the properties of concrete. Explore admixture techniques. And learn which type is best suited for the job at hand. The only one of its kind on the East Coast, this industry-driven major pulls together science, technology, and construction to deliver the specialized skillset that employers need most.

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Concrete Technician I Competency Credential

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Concrete is one of the world’s most widely used construction materials. If you’re working in the building construction field, the Concrete Technician I (Competency Credential) is an excellent way to broaden your skillset and your career possibilities. In this program, you’ll tap into the technical aspects of concrete materials. Explore processing methods. And get hands-on experience with specialized tools and application techniques. Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications.

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Concrete Technician II Competency Credential

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In this secondary credential, you’ll go one step further and build on what you’ve learned in the Concrete Technician I Competency Credential. Master more complex skills like designing and testing admixtures. Learn and adopt building codes. Analyze and complete repairs. Practice conflict resolution techniques. And explore special applications. You can also earn industry-recognized certifications, beyond those offered as part of the Concrete Technician I Competency Credential.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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You have an analytical mindset. And problem-solving skills that top the charts. Hone your talents and apply them with a degree in civil engineering. Working with the latest technology in this ABET-accredited program, you will learn what it takes to build the infrastructure of tomorrow. And in the field, you’ll work alongside designers to execute and maintain vital public structures like roads, highways, and bridges.

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Electrician

Electrical Construction, A.A.S.

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With nearly 800 hours of hands-on experience in labs and in the field, Penn College grads leave real-world ready to take on in-demand careers in electrical construction. From residential and commercial wiring to management and estimating essentials, you’ll learn how to be a vital team player and take the lead with a business of your own.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technology, A.A.S.

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Dive into methods and procedures in the classroom and put your skills to the test in our large-scale HVAC lab. After extensive training, troubleshooting, and testing industry-standard equipment, you’ll be ready to take on anything that comes your way. From new installs to repairs of existing equipment, learn how to tackle all types of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning projects.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Heavy Construction Equipment Technology: Caterpillar Equipment Emphasis, A.A.S.

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For years, the Caterpillar name has become synonymous with heavy equipment. That’s why we designed a program around servicing and repairing this widely respected brand-name. Your specialized training will focus on Caterpillar equipment, but you’ll also gain a broad level of understanding that applies to various types of construction equipment.

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Heavy Construction Equipment Technology: Operator Emphasis, A.A.S.

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When it comes to operating heavy construction equipment, there’s more than meets the eye. This comprehensive program lays the foundation for success—digging into everything from tools, hardware, and safety to site engineering and layout. And thanks to built-in electives, you can customize your experience with things like a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) license prep course, quarry operation courses, or business management and marketing lessons.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Heavy Construction Equipment Technology: Caterpillar Equipment Emphasis, A.A.S.

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For years, the Caterpillar name has become synonymous with heavy equipment. That’s why we designed a program around servicing and repairing this widely respected brand-name. Your specialized training will focus on Caterpillar equipment, but you’ll also gain a broad level of understanding that applies to various types of construction equipment.

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Heavy Construction Equipment Technology: Technician Emphasis, A.A.S.

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On a working job site, time is money. Keeping equipment running smoothly is essential. And that’s why skilled technicians are in demand. Training on an extensive fleet of the industry’s go-to machines, you’ll hone your problem-solving skills. And build the technical skills to maintain, service, and repair industry workhorses.

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Metal Fabricator

Metal Fabrication Technology, A.A.S.

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Tomorrow needs skilled workers with technical know-how. When you define your future at Penn College, you'll take on the exact skills that employers want most. This industry-driven program delivers competitive-edge training in welding, machining, and sheet metal fabrication. Small class sizes. Strong industry connections. And opportunities to earn dual degrees in related areas take career prospects to even greater heights!

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Plumber

Plumbing Certificate

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Interested in a hands-on career in an in-demand field? Pursue a certificate in plumbing and you’ll take the lead installing and repairing pipes in commercial and residential settings. In just one academic year, this power-packed curriculum covers everything from understanding code compliance and blueprints to mastering electrical systems and exploring new technologies.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Surveying Technology, A.A.S.

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It’s math meets science plus engineering and technology in this ABET-accredited program. Being a land surveyor takes a diverse, yet specialized combination of knowledge and skills. From accessing geographic data to applying advanced measurement methods, you’ll learn what it takes to thrive in this rapidly growing career. And with 100% placement, most students have their pick of jobs before graduation.

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Welder

Welding Certificate

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From theory to practice, you’ll harness the latest technology and advanced industry-specific tools to perform flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). This skill-centric certificate program focuses on specialized career preparation, while still including a limited number of communications and math courses to support career growth.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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From manufacturing and construction to artistic exploration, welding is a craft that crosses industry lines. At Penn College, you’ll be part of a community of creators. Mastering practical skills to take on in-demand careers in this thriving field. Here, you’ll explore theories. Challenge and test concepts. And apply skills, methods, and techniques in advanced learning labs using tools and technology just like you’ll find in the field.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Automated Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The majority of today’s consumer goods are mass produced thanks to the sophistication of automated manufacturing. Career opportunities in the field are growing at a tremendous rate. When you study Automated Manufacturing Technology at Penn College, you’ll take away a diverse skill set that will prepare you for a future in this up-and-coming field.

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CNC Machinist Certificate

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Smart manufacturing practices are on the rise. And the demand for skilled machinists is higher than ever. At Penn College, you’ll train within an industry-driven curriculum. Master CNC operations, programming, and setup. Practice precision measurement. And explore blueprint reading. In less than one year of full-time study, you’ll hone a well-rounded skillset that’ll prepare you to take the lead in one of the most rapidly growing career fields.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Robotics and Automation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Critical thinking meets problem solving. Toss in a handful of Boolean logic expressions and some truth tables and you’re well on your way to an education in electronics. Pair that foundation in electronics with advanced training in programmable logic controllers, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and vision and motion control systems, and you’ll be ready to dive into a career in this thriving field.

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Machine Tool Technology, A.A.S.

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Small and medium-sized manufacturing operations need skilled machinists and toolmakers to keep their production lines running smoothly. When you study Machine Tool Technology, you’ll explore what it takes to play a vital role in this high-demand field. Coursework covers all aspects of machine operations from theory and design to CNC programming. Learn how to setup and manage mill and lathe operations. Use specialized software to create custom machined parts. Through hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs, you’ll take away an advanced skills that will allow you to score a variety of careers in machine shops and manufacturing industries as diverse as your interests.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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You enjoy science. Excel at math. And it’s easy to imagine yourself in a hands-on career. If that’s the case, a future in electrical technology could be yours. At Penn College, you’ll learn alongside experienced instructors. Troubleshooting circuitry. Exploring industrial electronics and electrical machinery. Mastering the features of programmable logic controllors (PLCs). And you’ll do it all in advanced learning labs, using tools and equipment just like you’ll see in the field.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Electronics and Computer Engineering Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Tackle advanced math and science. Explore electronic circuits and devices, digital/microprocessor systems, computers, networks, and programming and software tools. Whether it’s taking the lead on a project or collaborating with a team, this technology-driven program arms students with a host of practical skills to pursue diverse careers in electronics and computer engineering.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Robotics and Automation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Critical thinking meets problem solving. Toss in a handful of Boolean logic expressions and some truth tables and you’re well on your way to an education in electronics. Pair that foundation in electronics with advanced training in programmable logic controllers, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and vision and motion control systems, and you’ll be ready to dive into a career in this thriving field.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Robotics and Automation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Critical thinking meets problem solving. Toss in a handful of Boolean logic expressions and some truth tables and you’re well on your way to an education in electronics. Pair that foundation in electronics with advanced training in programmable logic controllers, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and vision and motion control systems, and you’ll be ready to dive into a career in this thriving field.

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Mechatronics Technology, A.A.S.

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If you haven’t heard of mechatronics yet, you will. It’s a game changer in the world of manufacturing. Integrating electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, mechatronics opens the door to a host of career paths. Learn how to install, calibrate, modify, troubleshoot, and repair automated systems. At Penn College, you’ll get hands-on experience with mechanical, electrical, electronic, fluid power, and automated control systems. And best of all, you’ll learn how to become a leader in this emerging field.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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You enjoy science. Excel at math. And it’s easy to imagine yourself in a hands-on career. If that’s the case, a future in electrical technology could be yours. At Penn College, you’ll learn alongside experienced instructors. Troubleshooting circuitry. Exploring industrial electronics and electrical machinery. Mastering the features of programmable logic controllors (PLCs). And you’ll do it all in advanced learning labs, using tools and equipment just like you’ll see in the field.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Electronics and Computer Engineering Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Tackle advanced math and science. Explore electronic circuits and devices, digital/microprocessor systems, computers, networks, and programming and software tools. Whether it’s taking the lead on a project or collaborating with a team, this technology-driven program arms students with a host of practical skills to pursue diverse careers in electronics and computer engineering.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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You enjoy science. Excel at math. And it’s easy to imagine yourself in a hands-on career. If that’s the case, a future in electrical technology could be yours. At Penn College, you’ll learn alongside experienced instructors. Troubleshooting circuitry. Exploring industrial electronics and electrical machinery. Mastering the features of programmable logic controllors (PLCs). And you’ll do it all in advanced learning labs, using tools and equipment just like you’ll see in the field.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Electronics and Computer Engineering Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Tackle advanced math and science. Explore electronic circuits and devices, digital/microprocessor systems, computers, networks, and programming and software tools. Whether it’s taking the lead on a project or collaborating with a team, this technology-driven program arms students with a host of practical skills to pursue diverse careers in electronics and computer engineering.

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Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Robotics and Automation Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Critical thinking meets problem solving. Toss in a handful of Boolean logic expressions and some truth tables and you’re well on your way to an education in electronics. Pair that foundation in electronics with advanced training in programmable logic controllers, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and vision and motion control systems, and you’ll be ready to dive into a career in this thriving field.

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Mechatronics Technology, A.A.S.

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If you haven’t heard of mechatronics yet, you will. It’s a game changer in the world of manufacturing. Integrating electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, mechatronics opens the door to a host of career paths. Learn how to install, calibrate, modify, troubleshoot, and repair automated systems. At Penn College, you’ll get hands-on experience with mechanical, electrical, electronic, fluid power, and automated control systems. And best of all, you’ll learn how to become a leader in this emerging field.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Restoration Technology, A.A.S.

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Preserve the past using the technology of today in state-of-the-art labs with expert faculty by your side. One of only a few across the nation, our auto restoration program covers everything you need to know to restore vintage vehicles to their former glory. From basic painting and non-structural repairs to advanced woodworking and upholstery installation, students master the art of restorative techniques. Thanks to small class sizes, lots of lab hours, and access to museum-quality vehicles, you’ll leave real-world ready to impress even the most discriminating collectors and museum professionals.

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Collision Repair Technician Certificate

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You’re a trouble shooter and a problem solver. You welcome challenges. And you have a love for cars and trucks. At Penn College, you can chase that passion by pursuing a Collision Repair Technician Certificate. Learn what it takes to get cars and trucks back to driving condition. Study advanced collision repair techniques and learn how to analyze damage and recommend corrective work. That’s not all. You’ll also explore theories and perfect skills in metal and plastic repair, MIG welding, unibody straightening, hazardous-material handling, and modern paint systems.

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Collision Repair Technology, A.A.S.

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Learn advanced collision repair techniques in the classroom and perfect your skills on late-model vehicles in state-of-the-art labs. When accidents happen, drivers look to collision repair professionals to get their vehicles back on the road. Time is of essence and accuracy is essential. From top to bottom, you’ll explore everything there is to know about advanced repair methods. One of five colleges in the country to offer The Honda PACT Collision program, Penn College also delivers specialized training for repairing Honda and Acura vehicles. And for those who want to run the shop, management courses cover business essentials. Hands-on learning is here. A high-demand career in collision repair is just around the corner. Are you ready to take the wheel?

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Restoration Technology, A.A.S.

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Preserve the past using the technology of today in state-of-the-art labs with expert faculty by your side. One of only a few across the nation, our auto restoration program covers everything you need to know to restore vintage vehicles to their former glory. From basic painting and non-structural repairs to advanced woodworking and upholstery installation, students master the art of restorative techniques. Thanks to small class sizes, lots of lab hours, and access to museum-quality vehicles, you’ll leave real-world ready to impress even the most discriminating collectors and museum professionals.

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Automotive Service Sales and Marketing, A.A.S.

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At Penn College, you can turn your love of cars into a career in automotive. Here, you’ll learn in small classes and perfect your skills with hands-on training in specialized labs, using equipment just the like the pros. And with a powerful lineup of courses that hone technical skills and introduce business concepts like management, marketing, and sales, you’ll be real-world ready in just four semesters.

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Automotive Service Technician Certificate

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At Penn College, a future is made by hand. And programs like the Automotive Service Technician certificate were designed to arm graduates with the hands-on skills that tomorrow needs the most. Like fixing cars and trucks, performing routine maintenance, and diagnosing complex malfunctions. When you dive into the Automotive Service Technician Certificate program, you’ll takeaway a specialized skillset that will have you real-world ready in just four semesters.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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Put your troubleshooting skills to the test in state-of-the-art labs. Dive into real-life diagnostic situations. Test and solve vehicle malfunctions using the latest software. Perform routine service and maintenance. Working alongside expert faculty, you’ll study brake systems, electrical processes, engine performance and repair, suspension, steering, and more. From fundamentals to advanced diagnostics, learn what it takes to keep vehicles on the road and running smoothly. And when you’re done, you’ll have the advanced skillset you need to land a high-demand career in automotive technology.

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Emission Inspector Training

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Prepare to become Pennsylvania certified to test vehicles for exhaust emissions. Focus is on the study of exhaust emission controls and related regulations and standards. REGISTRATION for this course is a two-step process. Once you have registered for Pennsylvania College of Technology's Emissions Inspector Training course, you must set up an account through www.patrainingportal.com and enroll in the course on this site. This will enable you to purchase and download the training package which you will be required to bring the day of the course. You will need to enter your PA Driver's license number (PADL) when registering.

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Aircraft Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate

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Ready to land a career in aviation? At Penn College, you’ll find an industry-driven curriculum that refines all the skills needed to become an airframe or powerplant maintenance technician. Coursework combines theory with real-world applications. And it includes lots of experience working through routine repairs and troubleshooting complex challenges with our College-owned fleet of aircraft.

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Aviation Technology, A.A.S.

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Penn College is where a career in aviation technology takes flight. Here, you’ll learn alongside passionate and engaging faculty who bring years of experience. Explore complex theories and apply them in our 50,000-square-foot aviation center. This hands-on, technology-driven program will prepare you for your FAA Mechanical License. And when you’re done, you’ll be prepared to dive into lots of different technical positions from commercial aviation to manufacturing.

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Lycoming Engines Service School

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The Lycoming Engines Service School training program includes a review of Lycoming service publications and manuals and covers construction, theory of operation, and servicing of Lycoming reciprocating engines. Additional topics include inspection, servicing, and troubleshooting of related components. Incorporated into the program is a hands-on training component with teams working on 4-cylinder Lycoming O-360 engines, learning proper procedures for engine disassembly and reassembly. This training program is designed to assist maintenance professionals, pilots, aircraft owners, and experimental aircraft builders in acquiring a better understanding of their engine and systems. The 5-day, 40-hour program will consist of 4 hours of theory-based training and 4 hours of hands-on training each day. The training hours in this program can be used for qualification for the IA renewal program FAR 65.93(a)(4).

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Technology, A.A.S.

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Your future in culinary arts starts at Penn College. Expert faculty, small class sizes, and a hands-on approach to education is just the beginning. Flex your culinary creativity. Explore classical, American regional, and international cuisines, styles, and techniques. Travel the world of flavor and come home to a career you can truly enjoy for years to come.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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Your path to a career in dental hygiene starts at Penn College. Study standards of care and theory in the classroom and practice what you’ve learned in our state-of-the-art dental hygiene clinic. Open to the public, the clinic offers extensive hands-on learning using the industry’s latest equipment and technology.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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From accidents to sports injuries, physical therapy gets patients back on track, doing the things they love. At Penn College, you’ll explore theories and concepts and put techniques to the test in modern labs outfitted with equipment just like you can expect to find in the field. Then, apply your skills in the real world with three clinical experiences, which can be completed in 65+ diverse sites across Pennsylvania and beyond. Through immersive hands-on experience and with insight from faculty who bring experience across diverse specialties, you’ll learn how to thrive in this growing field.

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Radiology Technician

Radiography, A.A.S.

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Careers in the healthcare field are in-demand—and radiography is no exception. At Penn College, you’ll study how to harness the power of radiographic technology to improve patient care. An immersive hands-on experience, this fully-accredited program includes 1,500+ hours of training in clinical settings. Apply technical skills in our fully energized digital radiographic imaging suite and in guaranteed clinical rotations across three systems to ensure depth of experience. As a registered radiographer, you will join other allied health professionals educated and experienced in the latest technical procedures requiring the use of X-rays and other imaging modalities for the diagnosis of medical conditions.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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At Penn College, futures are made by hand. Thinking critically and solving problems, our students learn by doing. As a surgical technologist in training, you’ll gain valuable real-world experience beyond anything you can find in a textbook. You'll have 200+ hours of hands-on practice in state-of-the-art labs, with access to a wide array of specialty instrumentation and 750+ hours in O.R. clinical placements. As a surgical technology graduate, you'll become an integral part of an O.R. team, providing care to patients before, during, and after surgery.

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Energy Industry

Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Diesel Technician Certificate

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Students are trained in several areas of diesel troubleshooting and repair to include engine rebuilding

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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This nine-month program is designed for full-time students

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technician Certificate

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Students are trained in several areas of diesel troubleshooting and repair to include engine rebuilding

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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This nine-month program is designed for full-time students

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technician Certificate

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Students are trained in several areas of diesel troubleshooting and repair to include engine rebuilding

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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This nine-month program is designed for full-time students

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Wind Turbine Technician

Electric Power Generation Technology: Diesel Emphasis, A.A.S.

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At Penn College, our students learn by doing. From classroom theories and concepts to immersive lab experiences, we dig into complex concepts and then apply them to the real thing. In this program you’ll master in-demand skills like installing, servicing, and repairing diesel power generators. You’ll also refine the practical skills needed to work with electrical machinery, electric and electronic machine control devices, and other electronic equipment.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Electronics and Computer Engineering Emphasis, A.A.S.

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Tackle advanced math and science. Explore electronic circuits and devices, digital/microprocessor systems, computers, networks, and programming and software tools. Whether it’s taking the lead on a project or collaborating with a team, this technology-driven program arms students with a host of practical skills to pursue diverse careers in electronics and computer engineering.

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Information Technology: Network and User Support, A.A.S.

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Sometimes technology fails to do its job. That’s where skilled IT professionals swoop in to save the day. In this program you’ll learn the ins and outs of networks, hardware, and software. Flex your critical thinking skills. And put your analytical mindset to the test. With extensive hands-on training in specialized learning labs, you’ll leave ready to solve all types of technical challenges.

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technology: Network and User Support, A.A.S.

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Sometimes technology fails to do its job. That’s where skilled IT professionals swoop in to save the day. In this program you’ll learn the ins and outs of networks, hardware, and software. Flex your critical thinking skills. And put your analytical mindset to the test. With extensive hands-on training in specialized learning labs, you’ll leave ready to solve all types of technical challenges.

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Information Technology: Network and User Support, A.A.S.

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Sometimes technology fails to do its job. That’s where skilled IT professionals swoop in to save the day. In this program you’ll learn the ins and outs of networks, hardware, and software. Flex your critical thinking skills. And put your analytical mindset to the test. With extensive hands-on training in specialized learning labs, you’ll leave ready to solve all types of technical challenges.

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Public Service Industry

EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician

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The Emergency Medical Technician is described in the National EMS Scope of Practice as basic emergency care and transportation for critical and emergency patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual will possess the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response under medical oversight. They perform interventions with the basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. They are a link from the scene to the emergency health system. This course will meet the National EMS Education Standards and Instructional Guidelines for Emergency Medical Technician and prepare the participant for National Registry cognitive and psychomotor examinations at the EMT level. Total instruction time: 50 hours of video-based lecture plus 100 hours of practical sessions.

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Paramedic Practice Certificate

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Do you dream of pursuing a career where you can make a difference? When you work in emergency medical services, you definitely will. At Penn College, you’ll be real-world ready thanks to 1,000+ hours of clinical and field experience. Our state-of-the-art labs are equipped with high-fidelity simulators and all the advanced gear used by today’s professionals. Plus, you’ll be supported by dedicated full-time faculty who will stand by your side through training in the lab and during clinical rotations.

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Paramedic Science, A.A.S.

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When you pursue a career in emergency medical services, real-world readiness is critical. That’s why our program includes 1,000+ hours of clinical and field experience. Our state-of-the-art labs are equipped with high-fidelity simulators and all the advanced gear used by today’s professionals. Plus, you’ll be supported by dedicated full-time faculty who will stand by your side through training in the lab and during clinical rotations. With this program's intensive training and field experience, you'll be prepared to take on higher level responsibilities within the field.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services and Restorative Justice, A.A.S.

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You want a career that really matters, one that enriches the lives of others and strengthens your community. When you work in the growing field of human services and restorative justice, you’ll have a chance to make that happen. Study theories and methods then apply them through extensive hands-on experiences. From direct care to the administrative side of human services, the options are diverse and far-reaching. Select courses that focus on specific areas of interest such as mental health, criminal justice, or administrative positions.

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570-326-3761

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Williamsport, PA 17701-5799
United States